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Proposed Speed Limit Changes In The Waikato District


21 February 2013

Proposed Speed Limit Changes In The Waikato District

The Waikato District Council is undertaking a review of speed limits around the district, and has proposed a number of changes.

Plans showing the intended changes to existing speed limits, along with a submission form, are available on the council’s website http://www.waikatodc.govt.nz/Have-your-say/Public-consultation/Proposed-amendments-to-Waikato-District-Council-Sp.aspx or at any the council office.

Written submissions on the proposed changes are due by 4pm on Friday 15 March 2013. Submissions are to be sent to Maria Edgar, Corporate Planner, Waikato District Council, Private Bag 544, Ngaruawahia 3742.

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